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1. Moroccan quinoa vegetable bowl
Source: Moroccan Quinoa Vegetable Bowl
This Moroccan Quinoa Veggie Bowl by Celine Steen consists of roasted vegetables on high-protein quinoa and spiced chickpeas, drizzled with a spicy herb dressing and garnished with crunchy roasted nuts: you can’t go wrong with this concept. See tips for adjustments.
2. Matcha Yogurt Overnight Zoats Over
Source: Matcha Yogurt Overnight Zoats
By combining the green powder with a bit of sweet and creamy non-dairy yogurt, this Matcha Yogurt Overnight Zoats by Lauren Smith succeeds in recreating the qualities of a Matcha tea latt. It is not a mistake that the recipe does not call for milk or water. You won’t need it! All of this yogurt provides all of the “liquid” your oats need to become soft and creamy. It’s like matcha pudding.
3. Avocado pasta
Source: Avocado Pasta
Vegan avocado pesto noodles with crispy chickpeas. This avocado pasta from Caroline Doucet is made in less than 30 minutes with just a few ingredients.
4. Fried asparagus with pistachio pesto and pearl couscous
Source: Fried asparagus with pistachio pesto and pearl couscous
This fried asparagus with pistachio pesto and pearl couscous from Fleur Droog is so tasty and flavorful! The pistachio pesto goes wonderfully with roasted asparagus. The perfect dinner to impress everyone at the table.
5. Lentil Quinoa Burger
Source: Lentil Quinoa Burger
The season for outdoor dining and barbecuing is in full swing. This delicious and super healthy lentil quinoa burger from Lena Novak is for everyone who prefers to make veggie burgers from scratch at home.
6. Creme brulee made from white coconut chocolate
Source: Creme brulee with coconut white chocolate
Yes, even custard can be made vegan with coconut milk and cashew cream. These Coconut White Chocolate Crème Brûlée by Lisa Dawn Angerame are the epitome of an impressive and elegant dessert. Serve them at a dinner party or even on a random day of the week! Reprinted with permission from Wait, That’s Vegan by Lisa Dawn Angerame, Page Street Publishing Co. 2020. Copyright: Alex Shytsman
7. No-Bake Snickers Cheesecake Squares
Source: No-Bake Snickers Cheesecake Squares
With a base of dates and nuts, a smooth, nutty filling, topped off with homemade caramel sauce and chocolate … this no-bake Snickers Cheesecake Squares by Holly Jade is a dessert not to be missed! If you like it nutty and sweet you will love this! This recipe contains only natural sugars but is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. Skip the Snickers ice cream on the market and make this one instead.
8. Curry chickpea kale burger and baked sweet potato fries
Source: Curry Chickpea Kale Burgers and Baked Sweet Potato Fries
These curry chickpea kale burgers and baked sweet potato fries from Jessica Bose are phenomenal! They are made from healthy ingredients that taste amazing and will leave you satisfied! The patties are made with chickpeas, kale, onions, garlic, oats, sunflower seeds, and an amazing blend of spices! The homemade toasted garlic hummus goes so well with the flavors of this burger. Cover it with your favorite veggie burger toppings and toss it on a bun – good to go! That is, after you’ve made homemade sweet potato fries! They have the perfect soft and crispy texture, salty and sweet taste. Every aspect of this meal is complementary. You have to try making these curry chickpea kale burgers!
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